In this episode of The MADE SOUTH Podcast, we visit with Drew Holcomb.
Drew is the front man for the successful Americana rock & roll band Drew Holcomb & The Neighbors. He’s also the founder of Moon River Music Festival and the vinyl subscription business Magnolia Record Club.
A mutual friend connected me and Drew a few months ago to talk about the subscription business. Over the course of a couple of hours, sips of coffee turned into sips of bourbon, and we hit it off talking about whiskeys, watches and business. A month or so later, when we decided to launch the podcast, Drew was one of the first people I contacted about being a guest, and I’m really glad he said yes.
During our conversation Drew talks candidly about what it feels like to sell out The Ryman Auditorium, how pain and loss affects his music, what it means to be a lion-hearted man, and so much more.
Mentioned in this episode:
- Drew Holcomb & The Neighbors
- 23 Year Old Pappy Van Winkle
- 12 Year Old Van Winkle Special Reserve
- The Jay Holcomb Story
- Moon River Music Festival
- Levitt Shell
- The Ryman Auditorium
- Through The Night (covers album)
- Ellie Holcomb
- East of Eden (John Steinbeck novel)
Thank you to VisitFranklin.com for sponsoring this episode. Franklin, Tennessee is our hometown. We love this place, and we hope you’ll come visit soon and experience all the great things that Franklin has to offer. To plan your trip to Franklin, go to VisitFranklin.com.